Sunday, August 29, 2010

Press Briefing

Aug 30, 2010

Muslim: It was only after losing the fight for total state power against democracies and dictatorships alike that Islamists launched their war against the West

Conservative: The World Trade Center Mosque and the Constitution

Export Controls for the 21st Century - The current system is a legacy of the Cold War and fails to distinguish between low-tech items and the most advanced proprietary technology

On the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board (PERAB) Tax Task Force Report

Jimmy Carter in Pyongyang - Back to the same old North Korean games

Our Man in Caracas - Good news: Chávez doesn't like him

Ten Fallacies About Web Privacy - We are not used to the Internet reality that something can be known and at the same time no person knows it

Alinsky Wins at the SEC - A new proxy access rule will help activists and unions, not shareholders

Kirchner's Assault on the Press - This week's target: Argentina's two most influential daily newspapers

The White House Blog - Preparing Workers for New Careers

The Folly of Subsidizing Unemployment - My calculations suggest the jobless rate could be as low as 6.8%, instead of 9.5%, if jobless benefits hadn't been extended to 99 weeks

Energy Dept: Setting the Record Straight on Weatherization

The $31 Billion Revenue Fantasy - Those who make $200,000 a year are 3% of all taxpayers but pay 52% of all income taxes

The White House Blog - Helping New Orleans Rebuild Its Schools

Spreading Hayek, Spurning Keynes - Professor Leads an Austrian Revival

When Justice Comes Naturally - The Constitution can 'live' without losing its core meanings. Review of Hadley Arkes's Constitutional Illusions & Anchoring Truths.

The 1.6% Recovery - The results of the Obama economic experiment are coming in

Remarks by the President on the Fifth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana

Lebanon's parliament amended a 1946 law that had been used to bar the 400,000 Palestinians living in the country from taking any but the most menial jobs